Your doctor may suggest several medication options for allergic asthma.
At the beginning, you may try saline rinses, and decongestant nasal sprays (but only for a few days). Then if these don’t work, use nasal steroid sprays and stronger antihistamines.
But if none of this helps, it may be time to talk to a doctor about allergy shots.
These prescription medications include inhaled steroids, which fight inflammation, and bronchodilators, which open up your airways.
Even if traditional treatments don’t help your allergic asthma, Xolair, an injectable medication that reduces IgE levels, may help.
What's more, you may use the long-acting anticholinergic medication called tiotropium bromide (Spiriva Respimat) to help with symptom control.
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